Mentorship

Our mentorship program strives to encourage and aid students who are pursuing studies or future employment in computing by connecting them with more experienced upperclassmen and alumni mentors. The role of the mentor is to cultivate and enhance their mentees' interest in computer science while supporting diversity and the empowerment of women in computing fields.

Mentors and mentees will be matched primarily based on academic interests. Mentees can also request mentors, and we will do our best to honor these requests.

Mentor

Mentee

Become a Mentor

As a mentor you are expected to hold conversations with your mentee monthly, help your mentee establish meaningful connections, give advice on course selection, or otherwise. Any motivated undergraduates, graduate students, and grads majoring in or working CS or related technical fields can sign-up as a mentor.



Undergraduate Mentors

  • Undergraduates must be sophomores, juniors, or seniors at Cornell.
  • Two one-on-one meetings: Meetings could be in person for lunch, coffee, etc. and should be at least 30 minutes long.
  • One general meeting, which could include: outings with other mentor pairings, WICC social events with both the mentor and mentee attending, or additional one-on-one meetings.

Virtual Mentors (Alumni)

  • Alumni must have been an undergraduate or graduate at Cornell.
  • Two one-on-one "virtual" meetings: Meetings could include video calls, phone calls, etc. and should be at least 30 minutes long.

Sign ups are currently closed.


Get a Mentor

Interested in being mentored? Sign-up to be matched with an experienced upperclassmen or alumni mentor.

Undergraduate Mentees

  • Undergraduates must be freshman or sophomores at Cornell.

Sign ups are currently closed.

Mentorship Spring 2017

63
Mentors
107
Mentees
4-5
Events/Semester

Mentorship Directors

Avani Bhargava
Saakshi Singhal